|Jerry Van Herrin||Donald Beard|
You have Donald Beard listed in Oaklawn Cemetery but there is no Oaklawn Cemetery in Ware County, Georgia. Also, there was already a memorial made for him, Find A Grave Memorial# 62456312, made on December 2, 2010.
I am trying to get Find A Grave to delete the OAKLAWN AND OALKLAWN cemeteries but they need to be empty before they can do that.
Jerry Van Herrin
|Mac McElroy||Turner H. Farmer|
I attempted to locate Mr. Farmer and sent you an email directly, which has some questions and photos attached. I received a message from your service provider that lead me to believe you may not have received or is waiting in a Junk Mail folder somewhere. Would like to help further if possible. You are welcome to contact me directly.
|E Jones||RE: picture|
You are very welcome for the photo.
Added by E Jones on Jun 06, 2011 3:29 PM
|Julie||RE: James Morris request|
Glad to hear back from you. No, I am not a relative or a friend. I just saw your request and wanted to help out. My husband's granddaddy died in March and was buried at Irwinville so I thought I'd try to help you while I was visiting his grave.
Good Luck in your search. Maybe someone can help you get a photograph.
Added by Julie on Jul 13, 2010 9:20 PM
|Julie||James Morris request|
My husband and I searched for the grave of James Morris today while we were at Irwinville Cemetery in Irwin County but could not find it. Do you have any idea where his marker may be or if he is with another family? I will be glad to look again next time we are in the area.
Added by Julie on Jul 11, 2010 8:58 PM
|Scott A. Steinbrink||RE: THANKS|
Paul claimed it first. Where does it show that he was buried at Winters Chapel Cemetery? How did you get that information?
|Scott A. Steinbrink||RE: THANKS|
Winters Chapel Cemetery? Allright Ill put that church in my list next week.
|AZLILOWL||RE: Winters Chapel|
Something I forgot to mention - Did you notice that Hugh and Alice (his wife), were born the same year? Nothing really unusual about that, but what I did find as unusual is that they also 'died' the same year, about 6 months from one another, and they died such early deaths. I can't help but wonder if they came down with something that took them both, or if they were in some type of accident. Really unusual... TJM
Added by AZLILOWL on Dec 18, 2009 10:00 AM
Lucille, I've transferred the memorials of Georgia, Hugh, & Alice Farmer over to you. Thanks to the kindness of member Paul Abamonte, he found these three headstones and photographed them for us. He was not able to find David or Turner's gravestone, unfortunately. He is trying to make contact with the secretary of the cemetery in hopes he can find out some info. You'll also notice that the birth 'day' on Alice's stone doesn't show, but Paul thinks it's the 11th day. I enlarged her gravestone photo like Paul did but it looked like a 4 to me, so I really don't know. I did however find them listed in the GA Death Index, along with their death cert numbers. One day you might want to order these. Alice's death cert will most certainly show her birth info.
Merry Christmas! TJM
Added by AZLILOWL on Dec 18, 2009 8:53 AM
Hi Lucille, I've transfered the 3 Farmer brothers (your uncles) over to you. Sorry I have not done this already, but I was trying to add everything I could find on them first, and then notify you.
At the same time I've been adding everything plus + (census & WWI Draft Registration) more that I could find on them to the Farmer website. So far I have not been able to find any marriage data for them, but that's no surprise. I'm still not finished. It seems to be taking me forever.
Anyway, Merry Christmas! TJM
Added by AZLILOWL on Dec 14, 2009 8:41 AM
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